Leslie Scott (game designer)
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|Occupation||Game designer, author|
|Children||Frederica & Digby|
Early life and education
She is a founder trustee of The Smithsonian UK Charitable Trust.
Scott is married to the Oxford zoologist Professor Fritz Vollrath. They have two children, Frederica and Digby.
- Ex Libris, the game of first lines and last words
- The Great Western Railway Game
- Anagrams, the game of juggling words
- Tabula, the Roman game
- Bookworm, the game of reading and remembering
- "Radio 4 Woman's Hour – The woman who created a game that became a household name". BBC. Archived from the original on 20 November 2009.
- Stevens, Interview by Jenny (30 March 2015). "How we made Jenga" – via The Guardian.
- Wolfe, Lahle. "Leslie Scott, Inventor of Jenga and Co-Founder of Oxford Games". The Balance Careers.
- Smithsonian UK Charitable Trust
- Playthings Magazine
- The Toy & Game Inventor Awards
- Wall Street Journal